Brazil Raises Rate to 9% as Real Undercuts Inflation FightMatthew Malinowski
Brazil’s central bank raised the key rate by half a percentage point for a third straight meeting, as a plunge in the currency undermines efforts to slow inflation in the world’s second-largest emerging market.
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